If you are a 5.10 climber, this is the place for you. While you are unlikely to come away from a day at Claim-it-All thinking that Route X was amazing, what you will remember is a day where you clocked-up a lot of ascents, there were lots of neat moves, and there were no trouser-fillers. A clear overview of the cliff is only possible from a plane or by thrashing to the far side of the Grand Canyon. I have done both for you but interpreting the photos and descriptions will still require some work on your part. On your first visit walk to the north end and acquaint yourself with the major landmarks. The key reference points used in the route descriptions are listed below and indicated in the overview above.&#10;&#10;1. The spot where the access trail meets the cliff at its lowest point.&#10;2. The arching, right-facing corner of Fatal Attraction.&#10;3. The right (north) end of Broadway, a ledge that runs from the trail back left-ward&#10;into the middle of the face.&#10;4. A short steep section of the trail where the cliff breaks back a bit and you emerge onto the bottom end of a wide, open bench.&#10;5. The sharp transition from red to grey. Although the underlying rock is reddish the colour here comes from a direct hit of fire-retardant during the fire of 1994.&#10;6. The High Spot is where the trail crests. Here is a flat space to throw down your bag, and some nice rocks offer a place to sit and enjoy the ambience.